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The Peacemaker

A Biblical Guide to Resolving Personal Conflict
By: Ken Sande
Narrated by: Ken Sande
Length: 4 hrs and 49 mins
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Conflict-resolution expert Ken Sande takes readers beyond resolving conflicts to true, life-changing reconciliation with family members, coworkers, and fellow believers.

©2004 Ken Sande (P)2009 Baker Publishing Group

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Conflict Resolution Simply Explained

Easy listening, well written, and perfect explanation of Christ's conflict resolution. This definitely sticks to biblical principles and even addresses believer and non believer conflicts.

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  • Stephen
  • SUGAR LAND, TX, United States
  • 03-03-11

Christ-Centered Conflict Resolution

This is the most comprehensive material I've found on conflict resolution for the Christian. Abundant scripture references really show God's deep concern that we be reconciled and live in peace with others, including difficult people.This is a terrific reference manual for anyone facing conflict, especially in a troubled marriage. God spoke to me very clearly through this book. Maybe he will speak to you too!

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An amazing book that all need to listen too

Loved it and think it is a must for all Christians. The enemy uses arguments and fights to split us and bring diversity in the body of Christ
It's powerful and practical

Thank you so much

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Good content, terrible narrating

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I couldn't stand listening to the author read this book. I ended up stopping the audio book and bought the book on Amazon to read. The book has good content but the author is painful to listen to.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Ken Sande?

Anybody else

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Excellent writer, not so good narrator

His voice becomes dull and tiring after a while, I don't know if I'll be able to finish this one just because of this... to bad, the book is superior, a must in every christians library!

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This should be required reading for Christians.

Ken Sande does an excellent job of laying out practical steps to take as Christians in order to move TOWARDS conflict, instead of away from it. ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you’ has never made more sense... or carried more weight.
This is simply a “must-read” if you are facing conflict, or realizing that you are avoiding conflict, or that you’re not handling it well in your life. Christians should be known by their love, but never will that love be more tested than in conflict.

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Great resource for all things reconciliation

This is a great, thoroughgoing resource for learning how to reconcile and gaining a biblical mentality about forgiveness. The narrator's voice is somewhat soporific, so I had to listen to it while going about my daily work. Also of note that the narrator reads aloud all of the parenthetical biblical references throughout the work.

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I cannot get past the dryness of the delivery

I cannot get past the dryness of the delivery. The information appears to be interesting, but I am disappointed I wasted an Audible credit on this book. I will likely go back to it here and there in an attempt to finish it, but I can def say I could not finish it like the other books. and when I went to see if I could exchange the book, there wasn't an option for that. Guess I'm stuck with this purchase. My opinion, don't waste your money.

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best biblically based book on conflict resolution.

Every church should implement the truth of God's word in this book. Jesus talks about Justice, Mercy and Faithfulness. We must have all of these to walk in true free and loving relationships.

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Great Biblical guidance for resolving conflict

The book did a great job applying Biblical principles to resolve conflict, and it provided practical tips and real stories to highlight how to put it into action.